EPManual AIESEC Carthage 1112 .pdf



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AIESEC Carthage
Exchange Participant
Manual

LC Carthage – AIESEC in Tunisia

2011 - 2012

Dear AIESEC Carthage Exchange Participants,

Welcome to one of the most amazing, rewarding, enriching and challenging
experiences that you may have in your lives: taking up an internship
abroad.

This is because, AIESEC provides you with an opportunity that is not simply
“working abroad” but so much more.

It is a complete experience, which includes a staff of people that makes this
stage of your life unforgettable!

This is a manual that explains to you the process that every exchange
participant goes through.

LC Carthage – AIESEC in Tunisia

2011 - 2012

Section1:

What is AIESEC?

AIESEC was founded in 1948 by seven economic students from different
countries, as an answer to the political and cultural frictions that existed in
Europe after World War II.
For this purpose, they found out that doing an Exchange in a different
country was an effective way for students to know through a work
experience, new cultures and Lifestyles that could help them understand
and learn global differences.
Nowadays, AIESEC is a global non-political, independent, not‐for‐profit
organization, run by students and recent graduates from institutions of
higher education.
Our Members are interested in world issues, leadership and management.
AIESEC Does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual
orientation, creed, and religion, national, ethnic or social origin.
Vision:
To create peace and fulfillment of human kind potential
Mission:
To be the greatest international platform for young people to explore and
develop their potential, creating a positive impact in society

LC Carthage – AIESEC in Tunisia

2011 - 2012

Values:
-Activating Leadership: We lead by example and inspire leadership
through our activities. We take full responsibility for developing the youth
leadership potential of our members.
- Demonstrating Integrity: We are consistent and transparent in our
decisions and actions. We fulfill our commitments and conduct ourselves in
a way that is true to our ideals.
- Living Diversity: We seek to learn from the different ways of life and
opinions represented in our multicultural environment. We respect and
actively encourage the contribution of every individual.
- Enjoying Participation: We create a dynamic environment created by
active and enthusiastic participation of individuals. We enjoy being
involved in AIESEC.
- Striving for Excellence: We aim to deliver the highest quality
performance in everything we do. Through creativity and innovation we
seek to continuously improve.
- Acting Sustainably: We act in a way that is sustainable for our
organization and society. Our decisions take into account the needs of
future generations.

LC Carthage – AIESEC in Tunisia

2011 - 2012

Section2: International Internships
Taking up a cultural internship or professional international exchange is the
most intense learning experience that AIESEC offers and links together our
global network.
Each year, we provide thousands of challenging opportunities to live and
work in a foreign country in areas of management, technology, education,
and development.
AIESEC offers 2 types of internships:
1.

Global Internship Program (GIP):
Management Traineeship: It includes internships related to the business field
(marketing, finance, accounting …)
● Technical Traineeship: It includes internships related to web design,
engineering, computer sciences …
● Education Traineeship: It includes internships related to the educational
sector (teaching …)



2.

Global Community Development Program (GCDP)
It includes internships related to social development, like supporting a cause;
cultural tolerance, HIV …

Details:
Duration: from 6 weeks to 18 months
Salary:



a GIP taker gets a salary that covers the living costs
a GCDP taker usually gets the accommodations for free

Ticket plane:
The Exchange Participant has to pay for the ticket plane and health
insurance.
AIESEC can only help him get the VISA needed.

LC Carthage – AIESEC in Tunisia

2011 - 2012

Section3: Internship Process
I.

Application, Selection and Preparation:

These steps are critically important to make sure that you are ready to
make the best out of your experience. A well understanding of the whole
process is necessary.
You have to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Fill the Information Form
Write down your CV (in English)
Provide us with an English Level Certification (TOEFL/TOEIC or
taking the Ability test with AMIDEAST)
Send these 3 papers by e-mail to your Exchange Responsible
Pay the participation fees (100 Tunisian Dinars)

Each Exchange participant (EP) has an EP manager.
Your EP manager is the person that will guide you throughout the
whole exchange process. This person will teach you how to use the
online AIESEC database and how to search for an internship.
II.

Matching
This step is about finding a suitable internship.
Each time you are interested in an internship, you have to contact the
TN (traineeship nominee) manager or ask your EP manager to. Most
of the time, companies ask you to send an application package that
contains a CV and a cover letter. They may ask you to have a Skype
interview too.
If your profile corresponds to what the company is looking for, they
will ask you to send an AN, and send you another one back.

LC Carthage – AIESEC in Tunisia

2011 - 2012

The AN (acceptance note) is a legal document exchanged between the
TN and EP. It contains all the information about the internship
suggested and the intern applying.
III.

Integration
When arrived to your host country, AIESEC members in the host
country will provide you support and assistance for your new life.
However, you have to keep contact with your manager, so that we
evaluate your satisfaction and make sure that everything is going well
for you.

IV.

Re Integration
AIESEC supports trainees in making the induction process when they
return home. In fact, after your internship you can fill a form and take
an interview to join AIESEC and become an active member during the
recruitment days, usually held in October.

LC Carthage – AIESEC in Tunisia

2011 - 2012

Useful Contact:

Out Going Exchange Vice President – Elyes Taleb
E-mail: elyestaleb@gmail.com
Phone: +216 23 703 228

Global Internship Program Manager - Rim Ben Lazreg
E-mail: rimbenlazreg@gmail.com
Phone: +216 24 991 468

LC Carthage – AIESEC in Tunisia

2011 - 2012



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